Damstra hired technology partner on Spark Consortium’s north east link project

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA: Damstra Holdings Limited (ASX: DTC), an Australian-based global provider of integrated workplace management solutions, has been appointed as technology partner for Workforce Management Services for the $15.8 billion North East Link project, to be delivered by the Spark Consortium.

The North East Link is Victoria’s largest road project and the project is expected to deliver new $4.9mn revenue for Damstra over six years.

Damstra will provide mobilization systems via its Enterprise Protection Platform (EPP) to approximately 15,000 users on the project, utilising the workforce management, Damstra Learning and digital forms modules.

The Spark Consortium comprises CIMIC Group companies CPB Contractors, Ventia and Pacific Partnerships, Italy’s WeBuild, South Korea’s GS Engineering and Construction, China Construction Oceania, Capella Capital, John Laing Investments and DIF.

Damstra has already started working with the consortium to establish worker mobilisation requirements, as the consortium begins mobilising for early work projects during Q3 FY22. The company believes that this forms a strong platform for moving to full project implementation in FY23.

Damstra Chief Executive Officer, Christian Damstra, said: “We are very pleased to announce this significant long-term arrangement with the Spark Consortium, which will be a major new client for Damstra.

We believe it reflects confidence in Damstra’s ability to provide critical services for workers and contractors for large-scale infrastructure projects and demonstrates the strength of our integrated EPP offering.

It also leverages the strength of our construction vertical which has continued to rebound strongly since COVID restrictions began to lift.”

Damstra is a global leader in enterprise protection software. Its Enterprise Protection Platform (EPP) integrates an extensive range of modules and products that allows organisations to mitigate and reduce unforeseen and unnecessary business risks around people, workplaces, assets, and information.


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